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, thank you very much. a u.s. soldier in afghanistan fighting to defend our freedom finds out that his parents are being sued over their tribute to his military service. we are going to find out why this sign on their front lawn has sparked a major, legal battle. and a new warning about the u.s. economy, and it again involves the beleaguered housing market. we're going to find out what is causing this latest disappointing trend. more on that for you. the chilling new details that we are now getting from the teenagers who survived a bear attack in the alaskan wilderness. we'll talk with the folks who ran this wilderness adventure just ahead. >> it wasn't fun, i know that much. it wasn't that fun. i kicked him dead up in his face, like right in the middle, kicked him. he was done after that, ko, you don't mess with me. [laughter] >> i was scared, i was scared, but still where i'm from we don't play that. [ male announcer ] get ready for the left lane. the volkswagen autobahn for all event is back. right now, get a great deal on new volkswagen models, including the jetta, awarded a top sa
eliminating money with the wars in be afghanistan and iraq. that's also future looking. so i'm asking you today in terms of changes to the tax code for corporations because we know there's plenty of corporations that last year ended up paying relatively little or no taxes at all. are you putting forward anything in terms of corporate tax reform that you would be willing to undo in loop loopholes today? is. >> i think we all agree tax loopholes are something we can do about, that's definitely an area we compromise on without any difficulty whatsoever. but the point is putting in a system of tax reform that is simpler, flatter, less cumbersome especially for our business owners in the cost of doing business. so this is what we're looking at. but we are definitely against any tax increases, any tax increases alone. martha: all right, so goldman sachs if they don't get $4 trillion, what happens is a plan that's short of $4 trillion in real spending cuts, they're likely to downgrade their rating on u.s. debt. what do you think about that? >> well, you know, that's unfortunately what we're face
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